The Project Manager will serve in a key leadership role in Louis Berger Services’, Inc. (LBS) Infrastructure Asset Maintenance (IAM) practice.
The Project Manager will lead a project team in the delivery of Asset Maintenance services for the Florida Department of Transportation.
This position is located in the Panama City, FL area.
This position is contingent upon award of contract.*
The Project Manager is ultimately responsible for all aspects of scope, budget, schedule, contract performance, and customer satisfaction.
S / he will lead project teams consisting of Area Operations Supervisors, administrators, quality control managers, and maintenance technicians in the execution of performance based maintenance of transportation infrastructure (i.
e. highways and bridges). Primary duties and responsibilities include the following :
Create, develop and lead a safety culture at the project level with a focus on zero accidents and injuries.
Responsible for profit & loss accountability for the project. Work with the Florida Director to develop profitable maintenance strategies and work plan geared toward meeting client expectations and contractual requirements while achieving budgetary targets.
Monitor client satisfaction with LBS performance, report to management, and disseminate for use in proposal and marketing efforts.
Guide the work of project staff by clearly articulating vision, functions, goals, processes, operating parameters and staff accountability.
Meet all performance requirements of the project including MRP and AMPER.
Develop a maintenance work plan and various project plans yearly to accomplish all work needs.
Foster relationships with key vendors, subcontractors and partners. Establish and maintain standard systems, metrics, and reports for measuring subordinate project operations, to include Key Performance Indicator (KPI) dashboards for safety, quality, compliance and profitability.
Disseminate best practices, leverage contract terms and conditions, spread peer knowledge across projects and develop project leaders.
Implement the Quality Management Plan and support strongly its use to meet customer expectations.
Communicate regularly with subordinate employees as well as LBS management on the status of operations.
Provide oversight for additional projects as directed by the Florida Director.
Must have bachelor’s degree and seven (7) years of experience in transportation construction, engineering, or maintenance.
High school diploma and 10 years of experience in construction, engineering, or maintenance field is acceptable in lieu of degree, preferably with at least five (5) years managing field operations.
Experience with FDOT, highway authorities and the asset maintenance program a plus.
Demonstrates experience and knowledge of basic field operations and maintenance management principles.
Experienced leader with a diverse skillset and ability work internally and externally to motivate team members and engage with clients to resolve issues.
Demonstrated experience in a broad range of responsibilities to include contract management, quality control / quality assurance, financial management, safety, planning, client management, etc.
Understand and abide by ethical behavior and integrity standards, per Louis Berger’s Code of Business Conduct.